Versos Maestros / Ayahuasca Ikaros transports us to the heart of the Peruvian Amazon to experience first hand the sacred medicine ceremonies led by three generations of master ayahuasqueros and curanderos: the late legendary Don Solon Tello, Don Guillermo Ojanama and Don Evangelino Murayay (Jose Campos). These ikaros, the healing songs that illuminate and guide ayahuasca ceremonies, were recorded over several years of ceremonial work by Mamancuna's Jackie Bobrowsky.
The voices of these maestros are intrinsically woven within the sounds of the Amazonian rainforest and are unique and powerful in their authenticity and simplicity .This work builds on the El Canto del Tiempo CD, which featured live recordings of Jose Campo's (Don Evangelino) beautiful and healing ikaros.
Their debut album Call of the Wild is a tribute to cultural heritage and folklore of peoples or the natural world, as well as an accomplished amalgam of musicianship and spirituality. Curawaka aim to connect and inspire the wilderness of the human heart, calling for humanity to wake up and unite to defend what is true, good and sacred.
Includes beautifully decorated songbook with lyrics and stories, with original artwork by Delfina Muñoz de Toro.
Includes coupon for digital download with purchase.
20% of the revenue of the abundance of this record is reserved for the Huni Kuin and Yawanawa communities and will be shared with them in 2020.
Traditional and Pre-Hispanic instrumental music of Peru. Traditional music is the language with which the Andean culture expresses its identity and the wind instruments by far are the most notable sign of Pre-Columbian continuity in Peru, so the form of execution is basically collective and the collective premium over the individual, as synthesis and essence.